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  • Stan Kegel
    Witchful Thinking A young man fell in love with a very lovely young lady. Unfortunately she did not return the feeling. In desperation he went and visited a
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      Witchful Thinking

      A young man fell in love with a very lovely young lady. Unfortunately
      she did not return the feeling.

      In desperation he went and visited a group of witches to ask for a
      love potion. He approached the local witch group and asked for a love
      potion to slip to the reluctant lass.
      They informed him that they no longer provided such an item. It was
      highly unethical to administer a potion to someone without her
      permission.

      They did have an alternate solution. They sold him a bottle of small
      white pellets. He was to bury one in her yard every night at midnight
      for a month, until they were all gone.

      He returned to the witches six weeks later, excited and thankful. He
      and the young lady were to wed in a month. He was ecstatic and wanted
      to know how the spell had worked.

      The witches explained, "Nothin' says lovin' like something from the
      coven, and pills buried says it best!"

      "Witchful Thinking" from "The Ants Are My Friends" by Richard Lederer
      & Stan Kegel (©2007 Marion Street Press); "Nothing says lovin' like
      something from the oven, and Pillsbury says it best" from "Pillsbury
      Says It Best" by Pillsbury Baking Products.
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